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Google brings Chrome OS straight into Windows 8 in latest update

15
Jan
2014

Google started dropping hints about its Chrome OS-like plans for Windows 8 back in October. At the time it was merely an experiment in the developer version of Chrome, but today Google is rolling out a new user interface to all Chrome Windows users alongside a noisy tabs tracking feature. Just like Googles full Chrome OS, you can create multiple browser windows and arrange them using a snap to the left or right of the display or full-screen modes. Theres even a shelf with Chrome, Gmail, Google, Docs, and YouTube icons that can be arranged at the bottom, left, or right of the screen.

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